A logo and web design for a delft based expat club based on the delft blue logo, with a "subtle" hint of alcohol. My wife started this group and the previous website had the flower in use, I tried to stay within that atmosphere, but professionalized the design and blog.
This health club had a very old Plone website which desperately needed to get up to date. The design makes use of a lot of CSS3 trickery (rotation, text-shadow, box-shadow, etc) but gracefully degrades through Modernizr.
On Coursera I found the 'Human-Computer Interaction' course, given by a Stanford professor. The Timelog app is based on a linux program called gtimelog and uses Google App Engine (with Python 2.7) to implement a web based way to keep track of tasks over time.
The web design for this site is based on a preference of the client for the Delft website and their logo.
We needed a build server to test new admissions to our version control system, and all the available open source alternatives at the time did not suit my colleague, so he built one himself. He enlisted me for the logo and web design and front-end implementation (in Django).